Something extra with your Pi?

Regular visitors will know that this blog ground to a standstill in December last year, and is only now coming back to life.

For the last couple of months I have been working flat out; first on a series of TDD courses for two of my favourite clients, then on a start-up which is about to come out of stealth mode and go public in the next few days.

The timing is linked to the release of Raspberry Pi - the credit-card sized Linux-capable computer-on-a-board which will be selling for $35 any day now.

We're going to be developing and selling some add-on products to complement Raspberry Pi. I'll post more details here as soon as I can, and I think you'll find them exciting.

We plan to launch with the help of a crowd-funding site, which means that we'll need all the publicity we can get. So when the great day dawns, take a look at what we're doing, and if you like it, please

  1. Fund us! You'll be able to do so for a very modest amount, though  bigger donors will get some very tempting perks.
  2. Blog about us!
  3. Re-tweet the stream of tweets that we'll be putting out.
Anyone who follows me on twitter (@romillyc) will have seen a few hints already.

We hope you'll find the products as much fun as we do.


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